Taking on the World, One City at a Time
If you travel, inspiration is all around. You see different ways of doing things. You get to talk to people about their experiences and opinions. Travel teaches you how to think on your feet, adapt and manage unexpected changes effectively!
Travel takes us out of our comfort zones and inspires us to see, taste and try new things. It constantly challenges us, not only to adapt to and explore new surroundings, but also to engage with different people, to embrace adventures as they come and to share new and meaningful experiences with friends and loved ones.
How I Became a Full-Time Traveler & here’s what travel means to me…
Roots are important – they connect the past with the present and provide a strong foundation for future endeavors.
I started traveling at a young age and since then my fascination about learning other cultures has never ended. For me personally, travel is a way of life, and I was born into a travel-obsessed family and have already traveled to 35 different countries. My family has always believed that travel was the best classroom and, thankfully, our school holidays were spent exploring fascinating places, both near and far. I married into a family who owned their own travel company which gave her a lot more opportunities to learn about the travel & hospitality business.
Here are a few reasons I love to travel.
- To meet different cultures and create new memories
- To learn to live in the present
- To meet new people
- To relax, unwind, and share my experiences once I am back
- To flavor local cuisines and explore
- To learn different languages
- To live out my bucket list dreams
Service is at the heart of everything I do.
We treat our guests like family–a philosophy instilled in our company culture as a family-owned business with 30 years in the hospitality industry. My goal is to provide each of my guests unique and unforgettable experiences, with the personalized, industry-leading service they deserve.
The tiniest details often draw the brightest smiles 🙂